Debra Young, of Cramer, was the latest recipient of the “Nothing is Impossible” necklace that was given away by Dr. Dennis Eckels, of Valley Ambulatory Health Center in Seward.
The necklace is the result of a collaborative effort between Brighton Jewelers and Nemacolin Woodlands Resort and represents the hope for a breast cancer cure and the support for the millions fighting the disease.
This year’s necklace was donated to the Valley Ambulatory Health Center by Randy and Phyllis McCarty with all proceeds generated from the sale of the necklace going towards breast cancer research.
This is the third year Dr. Eckels has given a hand-crafted necklace away, which is used as an incentive to promote breast cancer awareness and prevention.
Every woman that underwent a mammogram at Valley Ambulatory Health Center was eligible to win.
[PHOTO: From left are Misty Huber, mammography technician; Debra Young, necklace winner; and Dr. Dennis Eckels, of Valley Ambulatory Health Center, Seward. (Submitted photo)]